From Sochi to the Ukraine, the Gremlin in the Kremlin is everywhere you look. To hear journalists heap such praise on the opening ceremony, I asked myself what they might have said in Nuremberg in 1936. Alain Resnais is dead. I chose not to show his face, but instead that of the wonderful performer Delphine Seyrig, also gone. It was a meeting of two geniuses, two emotions.
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